Las Vegas authorities arrest 2 for murder of man found in automobile

An LVMPD patrol unit blocks the scene of a homicide May 21, 2018 (FOX5).
An LVMPD patrol unit blocks the scene of a homicide May 21, 2018 (FOX5).

An LVMPD patrol system obstructs the scene of a murder May 21, 2018( FOX5). LAS VEGAS( FOX5) -Las Vegas City detained 2 people in connection with a murder Monday early morning, inning accordance with an arrest report. The report specified Cathrine Hay, 29, and Joel Serrano, 35, were both detained for murder with usage of a deadly weapon and conspiracy to dedicate murder.

Early Monday morning, an officer reacted to the 4900 block of Rogers Street, near Tropicana Avenue and Arville Street, where a male, identified as Dennis Dillard Jr. was found with a gunshot wound inside a vehicle. He was taken to University Medical Center where he was later on pronounced dead.

[RELATED: Coroner determines male discovered in lorry west of Las Vegas Strip]

According to the arrest report, security video showed Dillard’s lorry drive south on Rogers Street then to the entrance to Bond Street prior to eventually dropping in a parking spot. Another lorry pulled up to a parking spot. An individual, which seemed a male, exited the vehicle and strolled across the street to Dillard’s lorry. After the individual reached Dillard’s car, the lights on Dillard’s lorry switched on and the lorry began to move gradually prior to it accelerated quickly and crashed. The male and a 2nd person which seemed a woman were seen strolling back to the other lorry prior to repeling.

On Wednesday, an investigator got a call from Henderson cops dispatch who stated they got a call from an individual specifying who dedicated the murder, the report specified. The caller told dispatch that Serrano took his sweetheart’s car and stole her gun. Authorities called Serrano’s sweetheart who said he got home Monday and said “( expletive) went sideways” and he “possibly killed a man.” The girlfriend discovered Hay had injuries on her best bicep and Serrano told her “to get supplies to assist sew up Hay’s arm.”

Cops stated based upon proof at the scene consisting of monitoring video, automobile type, blood, and information provided, they detained Serrano and Hay in connection with Dillard’s murder.

Serrano and Hay are both set up to appear in court May 29.

Copyright 2018 KVVU ( KVVU Broadcasting Corporation). All rights booked.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *